BCHF News

BCHF News

Maillardville heritage home faces demolition

1125 Cartier Avenue in Coquitlam's Maillardville neighbourhood. Google Street View image Coquitlam city council has approved a temporary...

Ivy to be removed from Nelson courthouse

A few years after the ivy was removed from the Empress Hotel in Victoria, another Francis Rattenbury-designed...

Nanaimo Historical Society presents distinguished service awards

At their Annual General Meeting on March 12, the Nanaimo Historical Society presented Distinguished Service Awards to Pamela Mar and Gordon Miller...

Tashme today

The Spring 2020 issue of British Columbia History features a story on haiku poetry written in the Tashme Japanese-Canadian interment camp. Here...

Descendants of 7th Canadian Cavalry Field Ambulance members sought

The Menin Gate, seen in 2003, is a war memorial in Ypres, Belgium dedicated to British and Commonwealth soldiers killed in...

Digital access to BC History Magazine provided free

Here at the British Columbia Historical Federation we have joined other organizations in urging all British Columbians...

COVID-19 message from the British Columbia Historical Federation

In light of the evolving public health situation due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the British Columbia Historical Federation, in consultation with the Surrey Historical Society, has cancelled our June 5—7, 2020 conference in Surrey.

Peer-less home wins North Vancouver heritage award

736 East Third St. in North Vancouver. Google Street View The City of North Vancouver has presented Greg...

Kootenay/Columbia digital history collections unveiled

A trove of Kootenay/Columbia Digitized History is now available online from the same folks who brought you...

Rossland Miners’ Hall recognized as site of national importance

Mayor Kathy Moore and Parks Canada representative Dwight Bourdin unveil a plaque that will adorn the side of the Rossland Miners’...